The Best Seafood Boils and Cajun Restaurants in Detroit
Steamed seafood restaurants began popping up in Detroit a few years ago, and this stew trend is showing no sign of slacking off. Seafood cooking, a common meal made from seafood, sausage, corn, potatoes, and Cajun spices, has long been a staple in the southern United States.
Pick a catch, sauce, and level of spiciness, and wait for a large plastic bag (or two) of steamed juicy seafood, corn, and potatoes soaked in spices. Eating out of a bag of butter dip, dripping juices, and finger licking can be a little messy. So break out the napkins and paper towels.
New spots specializing in seafood cooking are planned for Allen Park, Canton, Eastpointe, Livonia, Sterling Heights and Downtown Detroit as well as the Avenue of Fashion this spring. Until then, there are 10 places here where you can order a seafood cook now.
A number of Detroit subway restaurants have resumed dining service. The level of service offered is indicated on the map points. However, this should not be taken as an endorsement for restaurant food as there are still many safety concerns and The state advises people not to eat in person. Check the Michigan State Coronavirus Tracker for the latest information on coronavirus cases in your area. Studies show that there is less risk of exposure outdoors, but the risk associated with terrace dining depends on restaurants that follow strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.
Note: The restaurants on this map are listed geographically.